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SUNY Potsdam is a small coeducational liberal arts college in Potsdam NY. This unit of the State University of New York is most widely noted for its teacher education programs and as the home of The Crane School of Music.

Special Reports

UpNorth Forum
Crossing Borders Festival at SUNY Potsdam
In the Crossing Borders Festival at SUNY Potsdam, world-class scholars, policymakers, journalists, artists and performers address globalization issues in over 100 events.
Audio Slideshow
The Mikado: Crane Opera Ensemble and Orchestra
The Crane Opera Ensemble and Orchestra presented the classic Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, The Mikado, a spoof of all things imperial, in Snell Music Theater at SUNY Potsdam. NCPR Morning host Todd Moe is beneath the great hat.

Tug Hill Field Guide

Martha Foley talks with Dr. Glenn Johnson, a biology professor at SUNY Potsdam, about a new field guide to plants and animals in the Tug Hill region.  Go to full article

Theme Music Composed for the Morning New Hour

Paul Siskind made a truly unique contribution to North Country Public Radio, composing the theme music used during our morning news hour and arranging it in many styles for different types of ensembles. Paul teaches composition and music theory at The Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam. Joel Hurd reports.  Go to full article
Portrait of Helen Hosmer by Juan Martinez

Helen M. Hosmer: An audio biography

Dr. Helen M Hosmer, Dean Emerita of the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam, retired in 1966 after 44 years at the school. Among the forefront of music educators in the United States, her mark on the school she served endures today, as it does on the countless students who passed through Crane over the years. Martha Foley prepared this audio biography on the occasion of Crane's Centennial year.  Go to full article

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